This issue features Just Dovey, Think Like a Dog, and “Shhh!”, Make Your Adventure - and Your Dog’s - Easier, Interesting and Fun, Reflections on a Pheasant Season, Dogs First, and much more.
With the recent arctic blast most of America has been experiencing, many thoughts have turned to ... ...Read More >
I cut loose my brace of male setters on a 40-degree Oklahoma morning. Scenting conditions in the ... ...Read More >
Who among us hasn’t taken a chance? Tempted the fates? Rolled some dice and seen if we get snake-... ...Read More >
As I write this, just past mid-November 2020, a few things are on my mind. First, I hope that with the autumn upsurge of Covid-19, all of our readers were able to fashion some kind of an enjoyable and fulfilling holiday season between Thanksgiving and Christmas celebrations. It’s been a tough year as far as being together with family and friends go, and not being able to see them at the holidays would have made it worse for some of us. But here’s hoping that you realized it was for everybody’s health and you made it through OK. ...Read More >
You are our number one priority here at The Upland Almanac, and we want to know what you think. Drop us a line at the address listed here and tell us what you would like to see more of - or less of - in your favorite upland hunting magazine. We’re ready to listen. ...Read More >
Owner: Joseph Gamble, Cape May, New Jersey Dog: Copper, American Brittany ...Read More >
Ernie Foster, longtime “Classic Upland Guns” columnist for The Upland Almanac, scored a special bird during last autumn’s hunting season: a banded woodcock fitted with a GPS transmitter. ...Read More >